Idou Anfa Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIdou Anfa Hotel Casablanca
We found this hotel to be not to our liking. the reception and bellman were very rude, the beds were extremely uncomfortable, food (dinner and breakfast) was stale, air conditioning did not work. we were due to stay again at this hotel later on in our trip, but cancelled and relocated.
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